This week’s challenge comes from a post by “exbeliever” on John Loftus’s blog, Debunking Christianity:
From the atheist's perspective, it seems too coincidental that religions just happen to dominate certain geographic locations and culture….
[I]t is hard not to dismiss a religious person's claim that their religion is the truth when it certainly seems, from my point of view, that that same person would be pushing another religion had they been born in a different part of the world….
[I]t is not unreasonable for us to conclude that religions are products of culture and geography, not products of "truth" and "falsehood."
How would you respond to this one? Tell us what you think, and then check back on Thursday to hear Brett’s answer.